Bullshit, all it proves is that the inverter is not getting sufficient
voltage at those plugs. If you have a volt meter (and if not I would
suggest getting one) connect it to the battery and then turn on your
inverter and watch the voltage. If the voltage drops significantly (to less
than 10.5V) then the battery is the problem and needs to be replaced.
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
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